GeekDoc 226 Posted November 12, 2010 Share Posted November 12, 2010 This post/question is mostly for simpleavr, since I know he has experience with this , but I wanted to post it openly so others could possibly assist / benefit. I have a data cable from my old Nokia phone (6100?). I had heard that these are simply USB-to-serial adapters, and could be repurposed, so I hacked mine open. It looks promising, but I'm not sure how to proceed. Here is what I found (sorry for the crappy cell-phone close-ups): Ten connection points (of which, four were used) and a bunch of test pads (including 3.3v!), all fairly well marked. Where do I go from here? How can I test it once I have the wiring figured out? What kind of baud rate can I expect? (If I get a high rate, it's going to be part of a USB oscilloscope.) Tips and links are very welcome! Thanks. -Doc Quote Link to post Share on other sites
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